Chariddy begins at House?

More opinionpollballs in the Guardian today. Apparently, the Great British Public wants MPs to do a statutory 7 hours a week for chariddy. If I ever acquire a John Hemming-style fortune, I’m going to entertain myself by commissioning banal opinion polls. For example, one thing I’m dying to know is whether the British public prefers… Continue reading Chariddy begins at House?

Getting it backwards

A glaring bit of nonsense in an otherwise sensible article by Simon Jenkins today: One of many reasons for not subsidising national parties is that it will further encourage them to ignore the public and live in the lap of the national press. I note that he says ‘national parties’ specifically and not ‘political parties’… Continue reading Getting it backwards